Kansas enjoyed much success in the years they played at McCook. In the 29 seasons at McCook, they compiled a home record of 101-23-8. Multiple coaching legends coached the Jayhawks during their tenure at McCook included Fielding Yost, who would go on to win 6 national championships at Michigan. He led Kansas to a 10-0 record in 1899, going 6-0 at McCook. John Outland, for whom the Outland trophy is named coached the 1901 season and was 2-2 at home. A.R. "Bert" Kennedy, the winningest coach in KU football history coached all of his seasons while McCook was the home field. His record at McCook was 32-3-1, including defeats against Nebraska, Notre Dame, Arkansas, and Oklahoma at McCook field. College basketball coaching legend Phog Allen coached the football team at McCook. Allen was undefeated at home, going 4-0-1.